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The measured and simulated thermally-induced residual birefringence distributions along the thickness direction of PS-PC-PS plates quenched in water at a quenching temperature of 25[degrees]C from different initial temperatures are shown in Fig.
It was formed with finer plates compared to 800 [degrees]C quenching temperature, when brighter areas of ferrite were detected (Fig.
An increase in the quenching temperature leads to a decrease in the thermally-induced birefringence.
This process continued until the temperature through wall thickness become uniform and equal to the quenching temperature.